This article reports about the settlement stages of archaeological site I (trenches 4, 7, 8) of micro region Nieborowo situated in the basin of the central Bug river. Each stage, from Paleolithic till the Bronze Age, represents distinct nature of settlement. The Paleolithic masovian complexes are fully represented in trench 4 and in trenches 7 and 8 only by individual artifacts. These are remains of settlement after short-lived stay of hunters connected with mining and exploitation of chalk flint. The Mesolithic janislawice complexes were written down in each site, where they had created compact flint artifacts assemblages. The janislawice settlement has typical 'home' nature. In Bronze Age we deal with workshops of flint semi-products.
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